Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on November 14, 1974 · Page 4
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U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service Has New Emblem Washington, D.C.: A symbolic new emblem portraying the expanded stewardship of the Interior's United States Fish and Wildlife Service and reflecting its recent name change has been adopted for official use, Lynn Greenwalt, director, has announced. Effective July 1, the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife was renamed the United States Fish and Wildlife Service by an act of Congress. "Our primary mission as reflected in our new name concerns the welfare of America's fish and wildlife resources". Greenwalt said. "Our determination to imee.t. this challenge is expressed on our new emblem by a stylistic mallard and $al-i mon whose very design signify! our moder n concepts of pro-i fessional wildlife management I in which we recognize total: ecosystems as the starting: point for management decfe"- ions." ' The circular emblem features ; a leaping fish and a mallard 0:1 .tiie wing against a landscape of a ~..vke. river and moun:a.i:is lighted by a risine THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, OCTOBEE 31, 1974 must be give n to the interrelationship and interdependence of man, plant, and animal — for the unwarranted demise of one living thing affects all liv ing things. Lastly, the combination of deep blue tones and the soft golde n hues that burnish the emblem implies the thoughtfulness that must prevail in all wildlife management decisions — for Man's touch upon nature must be gentle and sure so that future generations may enjoy their rightful heritage of the wild and natural. Jack Wamble, manager of Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge, stated that signs, leaflets, ect. showing the old name would eventually be preplaced with those reflecting the new name. ir.e sparkling waters of the Liiie ai-jQ river and the ascend- :nc ~.o>-.ir.tai:-; peaks represent both the Fish and Wildlife Serrice's r.ew responsibility for bj^jopca] monitoring of acqua- tjf. esniarine. and upland ecosystem* and its involvement :~ this nation's total wildlife environment from late to moun-. taintop. ' The rising sun depicts a new' era in which fuller attention CADETTE GIRL SCOUTS The Cadette Girl Scouts met October 21 in the Music Room of the school at 4:15. The meeting was brought to order. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given We will be selling peanuts starting October 25. A motion was made and seconded to adjourn. The girls built their frames for their project for crafts.! Lunch was served. —Lola Beenken, reporter Closed To Trapping Union Slough Refuge Refuge Manager Jack Womble of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, has announced that Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge will be closed to permit-trapping through the spring of 1975. Critically low water levels which are causing muskrats to move, as well as good harvests during the last two seasons, has reduced the rat population significantly. Population fluctuations must be reckoned with for refuge management purposes Womble said. ' When muskrats once again reach levels requiring control, trapping will be reinstituted at Union Slough Refuge. The Cadettes met Monday, November 4 at 4:15 p.m. in the Music Room of the school. The secretary's and ,treasurer's reports were given. Jolene Bruns adjourned the meeting and it was seconded. We worked on our crafts project. Lunch was served. —Lola Beenken, reporter CHECK THE CLASSIFIEDS ATTENDS SEMINAR Mike Squires, teacher at the Titonka High School, was among 60 business teachers attending a dinner and seminar on Monday, Nov. 4 sponsored by the North Iowa Area Community College Business Dept. in Mason City. Topic for the seminar was "What Personnel Managers Expect from Beginning Office Workers". HALLOWEEN PARTY HELD FOR DOAN AREA CHILDREN A Halloween Party for the children of the Doan neighborhood wa.s held Thursday, Oct. 31 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the Doan United Methodist Church. About 60 children attended in costume and enjoyed games, cartoons ajid a costume parade. Lunch was served by wome n of the church, and $28.50 was collected for UNICEF. BUFFALO BOOSTER 4-H The Buffalo Boosters 4-H Club held their October meeting at the Titonka United Methodist Church Fellowship Hair with 12 members, two guests and one mother present. Hostesses were Gayle Moore Kris Wilbeck and Mavis Hike! This was our new member par.ty. The demonstration given was cooking macaroni and making cheese sauce by Susan Rike and Rachel Eden. For a group activity we made November door decorations for the Care Center. The leader's presentation was homemade noodles; and what we need to look for on a label. We planned for our Halloween party. Our club held our Halloween party on October 28 at the Titonka Methodist Church. We had a lot of fun playing various games, listening to ghost stories and having our fortunes told. Each girt contributed something for the lunch. Our November meeting was held Nov. 2 at the Titonka United Methodist Church. Roll call was a Thanksgiving poem or picture. We filled out enrollment cards for the coming year. Each girl brought some food that we packed and delivered to shut-ins around town. Some Christmas decorations were shown, and the leaders exhibited various kinds of Christmas breads. We drew names for Christimas and closed the afternoon by having a fondue party. Linda Ede n and Julie Eden were hostesses. Our annual Award Night was held at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 11 in the school Music Room. TITONKA TJMYF MEETS On October 27 the UMYF held a meeting. Marsha and Teri had games. Ruses and Moores had the supper. We mat and decided who would decorate for the Halloween Party. It was Val, Lisa, Greg and Jeff Z. We decided to donate $50.00 to United Methodist Church Fund. Brenda and Kris had the lesson. Then we sang songs. Johnsons and Schmidts have supper next time. —Joan Hoover, reporter Certification Required To Use Some Pesticides Commercial pesticide applicators will start being certified next spring, according to John Ley, county extension director. _ Iowa State University extension specialists are preparing study guides to aid applicators in passing certification exams. The Federal Environmental Pesticide Control Act of 1972 requires the certification of "restricted use" pesticide applicators to be fully underway by .the fall of 1976. The law defines "restricted use" as those pesticides requiring handling instructions in addition to what's on .the label. Use of such pesticides may have a n adverse influence on the environment or may injure the applicator, even when applied in accordance with labeled directions. The county extension director anticipates approximately 5 to 10% of currently registered insecticides and 2 to 5% of currently registered herbicides to probably be classified as "restricted". The certification program I will allow continued use of! certain pesticides that might otherwise be banned because of potential danger to people or the environment, he says. Basically, .there will be two types of certification, private and commercial. Commercial applicators are those who apply pesticides to lands or property TRAIN TO BE A LIVESTOCK BUYER HIGH PAYING OPPORTUNITIES Learn to buy cattle, hogs and sheep. We prefer to train men with livestock experience. For local interview. CALL TOLL-FREE: 1-800-821-7482 8 a.m.-S p.m., Monday thru Friday NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS TRAINING 3435 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo. 64111 • APPROVED FOR VETERANS TRAINING of others for profit. A private applicator is one who uses "restricted use" pesticides to land or property that he owns or rents. The study material will be available this spring for commercial applicators. Details on certification of applicators will be announced later. Cer.tification of private applicators, farmers primarily, will not be required until the 1977 crop year. Professional Cards, OR. JAMES K. HILL VETERINARIAN Ofc. 928-2642 Res. 928-2646 TTTONRA, IOWA — Optometrist — DR. HAROLD W. ERICKSON — Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses • East State Street, Algona, Iow» Phone: 295-2196 Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 F.M Closed Saturday Afternoons. DR. L. L. SNYDER OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Telephone CYpress 4-2715 U3 E. State AJgon* Closed Saturday Afternoon DR. JOHN J. LESIAK Physician and Surgeon — Phones — Ofc. 928-2115 Res. 928-2261 Titonka, Iowa Boughton-Woden Funeral Chapel Ambulance Service Phone 92C-I7M Wetea tf no answer call 843-1811 Brit* Holiday Giveaway 14 exciting gifts to lucky winners from Home Federal This gift registration promotion is Home Federal's way of saying Happy Holidays and thanking their many friends and clients for an enjoyable year. There is no obligation in this drawing — simply register every time you are in either the Algona or Garner office. The drawing will be held December 20 and winners will be announced. Don't miss your chance to be a lucky winner in this Holiday Giveaway at Home Federal. 2 FREE COLOR TVs! One TV set is an RCA "Ruskin" model FS484 with 19" diagonal picture. Other is a Zenith Chromacolor II "Arturus" model with 25" diagonal screen. REGISTRATION LIMITED TO PERSONS 18 AND OVER - OR ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT. Two Grand Prizes of Color TV Sets! T*r 2nd Prize — $100 added to your sayings account (or used to open a new account. ~k 3rd Prize — $75 added fo your new or present savings account. T*T 4th Prize — $50 added to>your new or present savings account. * 5th & 6th Prizes - AM/FM VHP Portable Radios (one per prize). T*T 7th & 8th Prizes — Electronic Calculators (one per prize). * 9th & 10m Prizes - AM/FM Radios (one per prize) * 11 th, 12th, 13th Prizes - $25 added to your new or present savings accounts (1 ea.). VE MEN MAKE FIVE MISTAKES... One man struck a match to see if the gasoline tank in his car was empty. It wasn't! One man patted a strange bulldog on the head to see if it was affectionate. It wasn't! One man speeded up to see if he d beat the train to the crossing. He ^M m^ Mi I cou cou Un't! HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN - Algona & Garner 5J4%-Yieldi5.39%_ ON PASSBOOK Doy-ln, Day-Out Poubook Sovingj Any Amount - No Minimum 5 3 /4%- Yields 5.92% - CERTIFICATE On Thiee Month Certificolej «00 Minimum 6'/2%- Yields 6.72%- CERTIFICATE On One-Year Certificates $1000 Minimum 6 3 A%~ Yield* 6.98%- CERTIFICATE On 30 Month C«rlificol«» $S,000 Minimum 7Y2% - Yield* 7.78%- CERTIFICATE On 4 Year Ctrlificalei $10,000 Minimum All.earnings Automatically reinvested on March'31, June 30, Sept. 30 and Dee. 31. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal on all certificates. One man touched an electric wire to see if it was charged. It was! One man cut out his advertising to see if he could save money. He couldn't! Advertising Doesn't Cost - It Pays The Titonka Topic ——— i

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